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. i have a two-part question for you. the first part is we know this as with the, detroit going bust or so the first part of the question is, what cities are having the renaissance you are talking about? and whitey think that this? been what cities are not? >> guest: the cities, our city story is a tale of two cities. the detroit story is sort of separate. one of the things that's lost in the discussion about detroit and our cities is city economy and fiscal health oftentimes do different things. look at new york city. new york is thriving by any definition but if you look at neighborhoods like the meatpacking district. and 70 and and 80 you wouldn't be caught dead there now. it's a casting call. it's like the place to be. that never would've happened before. sunnier kids kind of like an amusement park in many ways now where it used to be, the economist and very well. new york has fiscal problems, too. many of the same problems that detroit has. so those are two kind of different things. detroit is some of the rust belt cities are still adjusting to a massive shift in the coming from
for you. the first part is we notice as we speak detroit is going bust now. the first part of the question is what cities are having a renaissance you are talking about and why do you think that is and what cities are not? >> guest: our city stories the tale of two cities. the detroit story is sort of separate. one of the things that is lost in the discussion about detroit and our cities is the city's economy and fiscal health are oftentimes two different things. if you look at new york city new york is thriving by any definition. if you look at neighborhoods like the meatpacking district. in the 70's or 80s he wouldn't be caught dead there now looks like a casting call for the bachelorette. there are so many 20 somethings on the weekend that it's the place to be. new york is like an amusement park in many ways were the economy is doing very well. new york has fiscal problems too. many of the problems that detroit has. detroit, some of the rust belt cities are still adjusting to a massive shift in the economy from an industrial-based economy and a number of other things are happening there
-part question for you. the first part is, we notice as we speak, detroit's going bust. so, the first part of the question is, what cities are having the problems you're talking about and why do you think that is and then what cities are not? >> guest: our city story is a tail of -- tale of two cities and the detroit story is separate. one thing that is lost in the discussion about detroit and our cities is that cities' economies and fiscal health are often times two different things. you look at new york city. new york is thriving by any definition. you look at neighborhoods like the meat packing district, in the '70s and '8ss you wouldn't be caught dead there now it's so many 20 somethings on the weekend, the place to be, and that would have never happened before. so new york is like an amusement park. the economy is doing very well. but new york has fiscal problems, too. many of the same fiscal pension problems that detroit has. so those are two different things. detroit is some of the rust belt cities are adjusting to as massive shift from an industrial economy to service economy. othe
that ten or 15 years ago you thought you would never see. >> host: the notice as we speak detroit is going bust so the first part of the question is what cities are having the renaissance that you are talking about and why do you think that is and then what cities are not? >> guest: it is a tale of two cities and the beach right story is separate. it's lost that the cities, economies and the fiscal health are often times to different things. you look at new york city and it is thriving by any definition. if you look at neighborhoods like the meatpacking district in the 70's and 80's he wouldn't be caught dead and now it looks like a casting call for the bachelor that it looks like bald up 20 some things on the weekend. it's the place to be and that never would have happened so new york this kind of like an amusement park for the economy is doing very well that majorca's fiscal problems, too. many of the same problems detroit had so those are two different things. detroit is some of the rust belt cities are adjusting to a massive shift in the economy from an industrial base the economy or s
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